November 21st, 2006
|07:25 pm - 累死了！！School is a killer.|
累死了！！！ 3 essays in 2 days, plus a ton of French homework for tomorrow. Thank goodness the essays are done with, now just for my most hated course, French. Can someone just transplant the language into my head so I don't have to bash my head against the wall trying to figure out what imparfait, plus-que parfait, future simple, passe compose, subjonctif and all those grammar stuff means?! I mean for crying out loud I don't even know those things in English since I just learned English through everyday speaking, how am I suppose to figure it all out for French?!
Ugh, my room's a mess. My clothes are piled on my bed, the laundry hasn't been done in 2 weeks, water bottles litter the window sill, books and notes piled here and there, dear lord! The only thing that hasn't piled up are the dishes since the 4 of us needs to share the dishes so we have to keep them clean for each other. At least that means there won't be anything growing moldy and smelling nasty in the house after dooms-week.
I can't believe the essays are done, my body wants to do that after-mad-homework-rush sag where you just feel like 50lbs have been lifted from your shoulders (I'm sure all students have felt that, after exams are done, or after a major essay is finished), but then I remember I still have French and my eyes just cross. Every single person I know here at Ottawa U has skipped at a class or two this week already, and it's only TUESDAY!! Why oh why must teachers pile everything to the last minute? Why oh why do I leave it all to the last minute? My hatred for school came rushing back as soon as we entered November.
Between the homework and keeping up with world news, my brain's going to explode with politics. You know I read on a BBC report on their website that Bush went to visit Indonesia and was greeted with hundreds of protestors against his Iraq policies amongst other things. And you want to know what Bushy Boy said in response? Something along the lines of "I'm glad to see that democracy is alive and thriving in Indonesia." .................Freedom of speech and expression is awesome, so is democracy, but you know, none of that really does anything when the leader's dumb as a log with an IQ in the negatives. You might as well be in a dictatorship when your leader considers all types of protests as merely a few minorities exercising their rights, and doesn't DO anything to face the issues the protestors bring up.
So, how's everyone else faring? Still alive? Speak to me my beloved f-list~
(Yes back to ZhaoZhao icon, my love for the boy has returned full blast!)
|Date:||November 22nd, 2006 01:40 am (UTC)|| |
I'm one of the Indonesias ^^
and my president isn't really a dictator, tell you. he's just too concerned about his popularity and image. to be honest, i too feel that he's kinda licking the Shrub's feet just to be acknowledge in the world's politics.
but hey! Indonesia too did have Soekarno, who had the guts to say, "go to hell with your aid" to US when she's offering us
loan fund in 60s. ^^
The dictator comment was aimed at Bush ^^;; I'm not at all sure what the political situation is in Indonesia, but when it comes to Bush I'm always more than happy to take a jab at his lack of grey matter.
ah...how you faring? *pats pats*
but if worse comes to worse.. there;s always all nighters.. *sighes*
I know the pain.. I can remember before semester ended and exams were around the corner... we had all these assignments to hand in >.>'
Ah! I know that too.. when learning Japanese I was like.. why why? when I haven't realised it in English.. then again i think its because it comes as a second nature to us.. well to me anyways being it my first language (my parents would kill me if they knew that lol)
|Date:||November 26th, 2006 04:28 pm (UTC)|| |
take it easy
|Date:||November 26th, 2006 04:32 pm (UTC)|| |
Soekarno is a man. ya. That's why US did not like him. What US needs is a puppet